How do you scale up your new FinTech?

The priority for most new Fintech’s at the outset of your journey will be to get a MVP. This may be to attract investment, get to market and therefore onboarding clients and generating revenues as quickly as possible. Many start out with a clear idea of what you are going to be bringing to the
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What is a FinTech platform?

Competition in business is always fierce, so many Fintech businesses look to find an innovative solution to common problems in order to differentiate themselves from their rivals. Other businesses look primarily at how user-friendly their model is, and the use of innovation and technology will provide a slicker user experience. Whichever approach a business takes,
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How do you future proof your fintech business?

In recent years there have been a significant number of new Fintechs launched with much hype, here in the UK. Many of these appear to have been brought to market quickly, on the back of a pre-paid card platform and are buying customers now with a plan to build a revenue model at some point
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How should a new Fintech be allocating resources?

As a new Fintech preparing to come to market with your new services there are many demands on what may initially be limited resources. You will need to obtain your FCA licence, create the platform on which your service will operate, take on board the necessary staff to satisfy the regulatory requirements and service your
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Payments – How do you want to pay for that?

The world is awash with new payment systems. We have ApplePay, Android Pay, Samsung Pay, innumerable wallets and plenty of other new systems. But we still continue to do most of our shopping with cash and cards just as we always have. Why is this? Because we know it works, and we don’t like taking any
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